“Clueless” Star Alicia Silverstone’s Launches New Vegan Gummies Vitamins

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Vegan actress Alicia Silverstone star of the 90’s film Clueless launched a line of vegan apple cider vinegar gummy vitamins in partnership with wellness company Garden of Life. Silverstone’s organic gummies are available under the “mykind” Organics brand. The ingredients promote the immune system, healthy digestion, boost energy, and even aid you in managing your weight management.

“I wanted to make these gummies special, the way I like to do everything with mykind AOrganics, in the most natural and healthy way, From the moment you see our label, to the first taste of deliciousness, through the way you feel when you take them, you can see they are made differently, from the highest quality, most nourishing ingredients available. That is truly what makes us different and what sets us apart.”

Silverstone 

The line features four different types of gummies: 

  • Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies which includes vitamin B12; 
  • Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Probiotic Gummies featuring 2 billion colony forming units (CFUs) of probiotics; 
  • Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Energy Gummies infused with energy-promoting coffeeberry and green tea; 
  • Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Diet Gummies made with green coffee bean extract to promote healthy blood glucose levels. 

The gummy line is available through the Garden of Life website, online at Amazon, and at retailers such as Whole Foods Market. 

Silverstone became vegan 20 years ago. She even raised her son Bear Blu Jarecki vegan. 

Though she has not been seen in many movies or TV series in the last few years, the 44-year-old actress has used her fame to promote animal rights through campaigns with organizations such as Mercy For Animals and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

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